Trou aux Cerfs
About 1km west of central Curepipe, the Trou aux Cerfs is a dormant-volcanic crater some 100m deep and 1km in circumference. The bowl is...
The stone building with the distinctive neoclassical porch houses the municipal Carnegie Library. Its collection includes rare books on...
Hôtel de Ville
Overlooking a small park in the centre of Curepipe, the Hôtel de Ville is one of Mauritius' best surviving structures from its colonial...
Curepipe's most obviously upmarket restaurant hides in an unassuming concrete block, but inside all is starched linen and gleaming...
Botanical Gardens information
The well-kept gardens of Curepipe were created in 1870 to foster foliage that thrived in cooler weather – the grounds in Pamplemousses proved far too sweltering for certain species. It's not as spectacular as Pamplemousses, but it is much, much quieter.